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Implementing Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 by Cristina Nicolas Lorente, Laura Nicolas Lorente

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Functional areas

From a functional perspective, Dynamics NAV hasn't changed much over the years. Lately, no new functional areas have appeared and the existing one just like they worked in many previous versions. In the last version of NAV 2009, Microsoft was focused on changing the whole architecture (for good), and NAV 2013 is the consolidation of the new architecture. All those architectural changes were made to bring Dynamics NAV closer to the existing Microsoft technologies, namely, Microsoft Office, .NET, SQL Server, and so on; in the meantime, functionality has been left behind. Although NAV 2013 includes a few new minor features that will be covered later in the book, we are willing to see plenty of new feature in future versions.

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